Hoteles con Encanto en Old Bagan, Myanmar - Hoteles Boutique y de Lujo

Hoteles Boutique en Old Bagan, Myanmar

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Hoteles boutique en Old Bagan

Se quedará encantado y vivirá una experiencia única, mágica y cautivadora que le espera en el Boutique Hotel at Tharabar Gate, en Bagan, con 83 Habitaciones de lujo, incluidas 4 Suites y un servicio exclusivo y personalizado como en un sueño hecho realidad.

82 Habitaciones - Hotel en la Ciudad - Ciudad secundaria - Restaurante - Bodas - Clásico - Destino Cultural - Piscina - Compras - Visitas turísticas - Wifi
Cerca del hotel: Aeropuerto Nyaung U, Templo Ananda, Templo That Bin Nyu, Pagoda Bupaya, Templo Gaw-Daw-Palin, Templo Dhamma-yan-gyi Phato, Templo Su La me ni Phato, Pagoda Shwe San Daw (Pagoda Puesta de Sol), Montaña Mount Popa (lugar sagrado de los nativos), Pagoda Shwezigon (Pagoda de Oro), Campo de Golf, Museo Arqueológico

Página del Hotel Reservar Desde 180.00 USD

Old Bagan, Myanmar

Old Bagan, Myanmar Marvel at the grandeur of Old Bagan, the historic capital of the Kingdom of Bagan. Lying peacefully on the banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River in the middle of Myanmar, the core of the huge plain of Bagan, Old Bagan, is one of the richest archaeological sites in southeast Asia: thousands of majestic temples and pagodas dating back to the 11th - 13th century and the 19 traditional little villages around the pagodas enhance the beauty of the entire town. Many of its great temples and stupas lies within the old wall of the town, dating back to the 9th century, including the Gawdawpalin Paho - the largest and most impressive Bagan temple, the Shwegugyi known as the “golden cave”, Thatbyinnu, Bupaya, Nathlaung Kyaung and the Mahabodhi. Experience the untouched and rural way of life, admire the ancient carvings and painting that reveal the ancient lifestyle of the Bagan people, whose costumes might appear influenced by the nearby Indian and Chinese cultures, still retaining a charm of their own.